[plug] Stream help

scarletdawn777 scarletdawn777 at gmail.com
Sat Feb 4 12:37:52 AWST 2017

Maybe not exactly what you are looking for but may have some info in this below post for you that could prove useful:
I was trying to stream live video from a drone using the below and had some success. 

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Hi all,

I want to stream a video file from computer a to computer b

using command line (no gui)

using mplayer or mpv

what I need is a working example (from there I can experiment)

I seem to find bits & pieces & half's that never work

any help appreciated



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